October 5th, 2020
The Teenage Brain in the Age of Digital Distraction
Speaker: Adrienne Principe
Description: This webinar will review current research regarding the teenage brain. We will look at how and why the teenage brain is impacted by digital media and consequently, how to reach teenagers in the learning environment. Understanding teenage brain development will provide educators with the knowledge necessary to communicate that information to students and help them better understand how they can balance digital media to achieve digital wellness and positive learning outcomes.
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MPY webinars are available to ONLY current employees of member districts and organizations. Public school memberships include police and fire personnel. Former and retired employees, members of committees including but not limited to PTO/PTA, PAC, School Improvement Councils, Health Councils, Drug/Alcohol Councils and school volunteers are not considered MPY members.
PDPs and CEUs
PDPs are offered for all MPY professional development webinars. PDPs are issued for a minimum of 10 hours. Any combination of webinars an individual attends will be used to accumulate PDPs.
PDPs certificates will be issued at the end of the school year for all MPY conferences an individual attends during this school year. PDPs can only be issued to participants who have attended the webinars and submitted the appropriate paperwork. PDP certificates will be emailed to attendees.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are available for clinical staff, upon approval from the National Association of Social Workers (NASW). CEUs are no longer available through the Massachusetts Mental Health Counselors Association, Inc. (MaMHCA). Approval is granted by the NASW for each event. Event participants may request CEUs by filling out the appropriate paperwork.
Event Cancellation Policy
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